June Case MIX Up Reminder

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There’s still time to play at CAS Mix Up!  The theme this month is embossing pastes or gels.  Lots of videos can be found on the blog to get you going.

For this card I used both.  The blue dragonfly was made with gel mixed in with the same ink used for the flower and the iridescent paste was mixed with the green used for the stem.  I had an Inkadinkado meadow flower stamp, which I heat embossed with silver pearl onto the card base.  Then using this same flower I stamped the Sizzix Wildflower die cut in blue, using Tombow brushes #476 & #493.  The stems were also stamped with Tombow’s green #158.  Blue twine was attached just under the largest flower and allowed to curl around the stem.  This wildflower was adhered to the card base once the gel and paste was dry.

The Design Team also have great CAS designs to inspire you, do stop by 😀  Warm HUGs

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8 thoughts on “June Case MIX Up Reminder

  1. Your card is so soft and pretty. I love working with embossing paste but struggle to only add small areas of it with my stencils. I tend to use the entire stencil and cover an entire panel. I love the two different mediums together on your card. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. Amazing design with your stamped and heat embossed subtle flower in the background and your gorgeous watercoloured flower at the front. Love the dot stencil with the pearlescent paste. Gorgeous design, Joanna! xx

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  3. Love your embossing paste and gel on your creative CAS design. Your blue twine adds a wonderful flow to your design and your die cut wildflower and dragonfly were the perfect dimensional additions. TFS Joanne. Hugs..

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